priacy, privateering, maritime economics
Through the lens provided by judicial, statutory, and social records from the first half of the 19th century, with a focus on Harmony v. United States, an avid recreation of mercantile practices can be formed which emphasizes the role of piracy and privateering in the early United States of America.
 Harmony v. United States, 43 U.S. 210, 11 L. Ed. 239, 1844 U.S. LEXIS 325, 2 HOW 210 (U.S. 1844)
Admiralty | Law | United States History
Digital Commons Citation
Riley, Thomas R., "Pirates, Privateers, and the Merchants Who Walked the Line: an Exploration of the 19th Century Maritime Trade Through the Lens of Harmony v. United States" (2013). Legal History Publications. 42.